Quantum Information Seminar

  • DAN STAHLKE
  • Graduate Research Assistant
  • Department of Physics
  • Carnegie Mellon University
Seminars

Atemporal Diagrams

Atemporal diagrams (also known as trace diagrams) are like quantum circuits but without any interpretation of time- ordering. Basically, they consist of boxes representing matrices or tensors, with lines between the boxes representing multiplication.  These diagrams can simplify and illuminate various calculations, especially when quantum channels are involved

For More Information, Please Contact: 

Catherine Copetas, copetas@cs.cmu.edu